Beyoncé is coming to a FREE Global Citizen Mandela 100 Festival, in South Africa 2nd of December 2018, at FNB Stadium, Johannesburg.
The Global Citizen Mandela 100 Festival is under a campaign called ‘Be The Generation’ that will end extreme poverty by 2030. Global Citizen has partnered with the Motsepe Foundation which recently had local soccer fans stunned as the Patrice Mostepe-led foundation brought FC Barcelona to play with South African Soccer Team, Mamelodi Sundowns FC, and bringing Beyonce has been a dream for South African Beyonce fans.
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The ‘Be The Generation’ campaign and Global Citizen Mandela 100 Festival comes to Africa at the time when Nigeria has just been announced as the country that is most battling and affected by extreme poverty overtaking India. It is reported that 82 million Nigerians live in extreme poverty. That is a staggering 42.4 percent of Nigeria’s population, according to the World Poverty Clock.
These Global goals are part of what is called the ’17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)’ adopted in September 2015 by the United Nations. 190 World Leaders committed to helping end extreme poverty, fight inequality & injustice and fix climate change. Learn more.
By participating in Global Citizen Campaigns, you will learn about the causes of extreme poverty amongst other big challenges humanity is facing also advocating a fight against these challenges.
The most important thing is for you to take action against those global challenges and that is how you will earn rewards such as a Free Ticket to get to see Beyoncé live for FREE.
And of course, amongst other international artists such as Usher, Tiwa Savage, Cassper Nyovest, D’banj, Ed Sheeran, Eddie Vedder, Femi Kuti, Pharrell Williams & Chris Martin, Sho Madjozi, and Wizkid perform live on the 2nd of December 2018 at FNB Stadium. As 2018 is Nelson Mandela’s centenary year, this event will also be honoring the life and legacy of Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela.
What Do You Have To Do?
“All you need to do is, starting 21 August, take action on the Global Citizen platforms — GlobalCitizen.org.za, in the Global Citizen app, or with our Facebook Messenger bot — search “Global Citizen” in Facebook Messenger to learn more.” The Global Citizen.
You have to sign up HERE, all will be further communicated via email on where and how you can take action against the world’s biggest challenges listed below such as:
- POVERTY (SDG 1): End all forms of poverty everywhere
- ZERO HUNGER (SDG 2): End all forms of hunger and malnutrition
- HEALTH (SDG 3): Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
- EDUCATION (SDG 4): Ensure every child has access to a quality education
- GIRLS & WOMEN (SDG 5): End all forms of discrimination against women and girls everywhere to ensure that #SheIsEqual
- WATER & SANITATION (SDG 6): Ensure everyone has access to clean water and sanitation
- LIFE BELOW WATER (SDG 14): addressing the threat plastic pollution poses to the oceans
STARTING FROM THE 21ST OF AUGUST 2018.
This action is very simple yet will make a global impact in fighting these big global challenges. It can be in a form of tweeting, sending emails, signing petitions and calling.
Participate in this campaign as an opportunity to learn about sustainability, become a global citizen because all of us are directly and indirectly affected by gender inequality, poverty, water scarcity, poor education and the rest of the major 17 global challenges.